capybara-firebug provides a dead-simple way to run Capybara-based Cucumber scenarios or RSpec request specs with Firebug enabled under the selenium driver.
To use it in RSpec examples,
require 'capybara/firebug/rspec' in spec_helper.rb,
and tag the examples you need to debug with
:firebug => true.
To use it in Cucumber scenarios,
require 'capybara/firebug/cucumber' in env.rb,
and tag the scenarios you need to debug with
By default, this gem uses Firebug 1.12.4, which is compatible with Firefox 23-25.
If you want to use Firebug 1.7.3 (compatible with Firefox 3.6, 4, and 5), 1.9.2
(compatible with Firefox 6-13), 1.10.6 (compatible with Firefox 13-18), or 1.11.0 (compatible with Firefox 17-22), you
need to explicitly specify the firebug_version setting in your
# located in features/support/capybara.rb or similar require 'capybara/firebug' Selenium::WebDriver::Firefox::Profile.firebug_version = '1.7.3'
If you wish to further customize the Firefox profile used by selenium, you
can use the
#enable_firebug method to add the Firebug extension to it:
profile = Selenium::WebDriver::Firefox::Profile.new profile.enable_firebug
This can also be used to enable Firebug on a remote browser:
Capybara::Driver::Selenium.new(app, :browser => :remote, :url => "http://my.ip.add.ress:4444/wd/hub", :desired_capabilities => Selenium::WebDriver::Remote::Capabilities.firefox(:firefox_profile => profile))
Cucumber and RSpec support has been split into separate files. You'll need to change
require 'capybara/firebug/rspec' or env.rb to
A "stop and let me debug" step definition is no longer provided. You can add it yourself if needed:
Then /^stop and let me debug$/ do debugger end
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